Speaking From Our Hearts Volume 5: The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Speaking From Our Hearts Volume 5: The Stories We Tell Ourselves
Author : Paul D. Lowe
Publisher : Paragon Publishing
Total Pages : 108
Release :
ISBN 10 : 9781782228769
ISBN 13 : 1782228764
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Apparently, there are very few certainties in life, other than one day we will die. Add-in too, the certainty that change surrounds each and every one of us, every single moment of every single day. But wait, there is a third absolute certainty too! Something that has been with us all from our earliest childhood, and been responsible for creating so much darkness and desperation in our lives - FEAR! What if we became aware though, there is an antidote to this life-limiting emotion? What if we became aware that ‘solution’ starts with the stories we tell, and most importantly, tell ourselves? * * * Through Speaking From Our Hearts, We Become World Game-Changers…

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